Lecture and abstract of the conference entitled:
Demography and the Culture of Relationship between Couples
27-29 May 2021, Hungary
Organized by Family Science Alliance, Batthyány Society of Professors and European Family Science Society
The absolute monogamy as the pillar of the society
Today, the institution of monogamy is under general attack. At the same time we are witnessing the complete disintegration of the Western world and culture. No children are born, families do not perform their function, and neither moral foundation nor the ability for a family are inherited. It should be reestablished at the societal level, in cultural depth that monogamy and absolute monogamy are the most important social organization issues, being much more complex than experiencing sexuality.
I list several arguments that attack monogamy and refute some, including that monogamy cannot be operated in the absence of genetic determination or without finding the abstract “true companion”. I outline the role of the backbone of monogamy in social engineering, with some outlook at the different functioning and development of non-monogamous societies, emphasizing that the social consumption of men’s energy is a key issue in all communities. I point out that monogamy is the institution that forces men to take responsibility for shaping civilization and without which no development can be imagined. Speaking of the special role of women, I highlight it as a cultural loss to not accept the average man as a spouse. I will highlight why the restriction of sexuality was successful and why it should be done today specifically through cultural motivation of women, and I highlight the social, male and female destroying effects of sex freely provided by women.
Going further, I bring up a couple of pieces of research data that emphasize the importance of absolute monogamy. Considering that a cultural level problem can be resolved at the cultural level, I conclude with questions to be answered by the topic of the next conference which would look for the way toward a concrete solution.
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